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My Candid Opinion

My Candid Opinion
For the first time, the earliest surviving diaries of Joseph F. Smith (b. 1838), are available in print. Smith served as sixth president of the LDS Church from 1901 until his death in 1918, but at fifteen years old, he was one of the youngest LDS missionaries ever called. He arrived in the Sandwich Islands (now Hawaiian Islands) in 1854, and for the next three years he labored to...

Parallel Book of Mormon

The 1830, 1837, and 1840 Editions
The text is unchanged from the originals, the eccentricities retained but nevertheless re-typeset for ease in reading and comparing.

Nauvoo Sealings, Adoptions, and Anointings

Nauvoo Temple
This volume offers dates for endowments, marriages, proxy marriages, sealings to parents, adoptions of living adults to married couples, and second anointings.

Early Patriarchal Blessings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Patriarchal Blessings
Contained in this volume are 755 blessings from 1833 through 1845, delivered by the church’s first oracles.

Various Atmospheres

Various Atmospheres
Poems and Drawings by Alex Caldiero The quiet of reverie. The smell of warm bread in a Sicilian kitchen. The dissonance of the mind in conversation with itself. The sensation of air on naked skin. The embrace of salt and sea. Heads under clouds and placed in boxes. The jaggedness of a snake’s memory shed

Things Happen

Things Happen
The author struggles to make sense of a chaotic and confounding world, and she does so in a way that is perceptive, bold, and tender, but never maudlin.

The Owl on the Aerial

Poems and Diaries of Clarice Short
To be allowed into that life through the poet's diaries is to be privy to the dry wit, the informed intelligence, the determination and fear, the poignant love of a legendary teacher, writer, scholar, traveler, a woman of the land and its creatures.

on keeping things small

on keeping things small
In a college dorm, the three of us empty / his suitcase and boxes, / fill shelves and drawers, / talk away tremors on his upper lip.

Imagination Comes to Breakfast

Imagination Comes to Breakfast
Gulls tumble in air. / They circle in gowns. / The only light is the white light / of their wings.

How Much for the Earth?

A Suite of Poems: About Time for Considering
These poems were written to be read aloud.